Quad Biking, Kent

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Quad Biking, Kent

Have you ever wanted to race around the countryside on four-wheels but with the sense of freedom you can only get from being open to elements? If yes, then you need to try quad biking.

Quad biking is one of the most fun outdoor activities I have tried (and yes I’ve tried a few). If you’ve never tried it before, I would urge you to have a go. You’ll love the feeling of the power at your fingertips. Quad bikes aren’t difficult to ride. There are of course risks to riding one, but as long as you are sensible, follow the guidance given and stay in control, you should have a really fun time.

Quad Biking, Kent

I’ve been quad biking before, so was very up for it when my now, sister-in-law suggested quad biking for part of her hen do. She booked us in with The Wright Event who are based near West Malling, Kent. She booked us in for the quad safari. It is an hour and half long event in which you learn the basics of quad handling, move on to an obstacle course and then finally end the session with a safari around the Kent countryside, including the orchards and woodlands.

Quad Biking, Kent

The obstacle course was a lot of fun and it was surprisingly easy to drive the quad bikes exactly where you wanted them – two wheels along a log or jumping them over cones. I enjoyed it a lot. The best bit was the safari. It was great to feel a bit more freedom, to weave your way through the orchards, negotiating the bumps and drops, climbing and manoeuvring the bike to where you wanted to go. It was much more of a challenge as you had to look out for low hanging branches and also make sure you didn’t ride your bike into a ditch. You have to move your body around when you are riding a quad bike, so that you can counter-balance what the bike is doing. Asking around the hen group, I think everyone enjoyed the safari part the most, but to be honest the whole experience was brilliant.

Quad Biking, Kent

Quad biking, Kent with The Wright Event costs £54 per person for the quad safari, but they also do other events.

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17 thoughts on “Quad Biking, Kent

  1. Fab post! We went quad biking on our last holiday in Ireland and it was so exhilirating - my stepson said it was the highlight of the whole trip...great family fun. Thanks for linking up to #dreamteam, apologies for the late comment this week! xx

  2. Sally, what a fun get together idea for a hen party! Outdoors and active, it sounds awesome. My family lives in the country, so these quads are pretty popular for driving to the neighbors, who are family too. They also drive them through the woods and over and along the river. I've never driven one, but I've ridden. Guess I better change that real soon. It looks like a blast!

    • Sally Sally says:

      Oh wow! What fun Nikki. That would be an awesome way to get around to the neighbours. Yes you should have a go, it's a lot of fun.

    • Sally Sally says:

      It was so much fun. You should definitely find out if its an option in Kerala. Would be such a fun activity.

  3. Looks like great fun! When I was younger, much younger, I had two mini-bikes - - little engines, but LOVED the feeling of riding with the wind in my hair. Good times!

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